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JavaScript JavaScript Foundations Objects Methods

Toni Caktas
Toni Caktas
16,478 Points

Help with the objects

var genericGreet = function() {
        return "Hello, my name is " + this.name;
      }

      var andrew = {
        name: "Andrew",
        andrew.genericGreat();
      };

      var ryan = {
        name: "Ryan",
        ryan.genericGreat();
      };

1 Answer

Hi

You should be defining genericGreet as as an element of the ryan and andrew variables using the following syntax:

greet : genericGreet

also genericGreet is defined as variable calling an anonymous function, and not a function in its own right so you do not need to add ().

Regards Bob